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The concept of this photo was a woman creating a stature of her perfect man. Or an image of a perfect man. I mean the idea that people seek and create their ideal person. And when they find that person, they’re usually not grateful. Instead, they’re trying to fit that human into a lifestyle they created in their imagination long time ago. I mean many years ago. On the other hand, there is a positive interpretation on this. If a woman has a certain picture of what she wants, what type of man she’s interested in and what attracts her in men, then she knows where to look. And that’s great. It gives her a clear view and helps to succeed in finding her betrothed. And when she finds the one, that idea will secure their happiness. Especially if a man’s ideal is realized in her as well. Alive and one-of-a-kind.
Posting comments on what you’re seeing now is deeply appreciated. In my opinion it’s quite a large topic. See the backstage (how we made it) inside the article.
I’ve made an underwater photoshoot in my home pool today. In order to cover the pool’s checkered walls and make a solid background I thought of buying five bedsheets or another pieces of cloth. You know, when a thick fabric gets wet the light doesn’t shine through it. So here’s what we did. We bought 1.5 meters size white cloth that was meant to be curtains. It was expensive but the result comes first. Those one and a half meters were exactly enough to cover the sides of my pool. We attached tie-strings to the top and bottom of the cloth. Then we tied heavy houseware to the bottom part. And when we ran out of our home utensils I walked around and found some stones and pieces of broken ceramic vases to put in use. Finally, the weighting material pulled the cloth down. After that we attached a pool cleaning shovel and some rusty pipes found in the backyard to the upper tie-strings to fix the cloth vertically.